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For nearly three months, the Astor pays tribute to one distinctive director.
Coming to Australia for the first time, this exhibit features 200 original objects from the 'Star Wars' series.
A European-style winter village with an ice rink, private igloos and fried cheese.
The pop-up dessert museum returns with 12 new dessert-filled rooms, a retro candy store and a sweet-themed cafe.
The 20th iteration of this big foodie birthday party features bottomless eats and drinks from 40 Melbourne culinary names — and all proceeds go to charity.
Featuring over 150 haute couture pieces from some of the world's most iconic fashion houses.
After-dark plant sales in St Kilda's Espy — with DJs and drinks.
Rave bingo is rolling in town — start your stretching, stat.
Catch Daniel Craig's 007 debut on the big screen at Hamer Hall with a live score by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Go back to the 80s and 80s, Dark Knight-style.
Combining curry and karaoke (and drinks), one Sunday a month.
Swap your spare change for a stack of books every Sunday at the Queen Victoria Market.
Bottomless booze and all-you-can eat pizza to wrap up your weekend
The Carringbush Hotel
228 Langridge Street, Abbotsford
This 130-year-old pub is now slinging meat-free meals, wine on tap and more than 21 beers.
447 Church Street, Richmond
Richmond's Great Britain Hotel has been transformed into an all-occasions pub with a dog-friendly beer garden and lots of barbecued meats.
11 The Esplanade, St Kilda
The Melbourne music institution has made its long-awaited return with an incredible refurb featuring 12 bars, two restaurants and three live music stages across its six levels.
Urban Alley Brewery
G09/12 Star Circus, Docklands
Docklands' massive sustainability-focused craft brewery and pub.
121 Great Alpine Road, Bright
This out of town brewery has a 24-tap selection and a big outdoor terrace nestled in the mountains.
26 Bell Street, Torquay
A surfer's brewery and kitchen in Torquay.
The Rose Fitzroy
406 Napier Street, Fitzroy
The Fitzroy mainstay has a new lick of paint and an upstairs wine bar.
The Stone Hotel
298‒300 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
A brand new pub for Fitzroy's busiest intersection.
The Rochester Hotel
202 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
The Rochey is not just your average local pub.
Red Hill Brewery
88 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South
The Mornington Peninsula's home of beer and barbecue.
54 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda
Once a questionable choice of venue, the Saint Hotel has been transformed into a sleek Thai dining space and bar.
The General Assembly
29 South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf
The General Assembly keeps things simple with craft beer on tap, good bar food and riverside views.
605 Victoria Street, Abbotsford
The Abbotsford pub sports a classy revamp but maintains the things that matter most: beer, bingo and counter meals.
Builders Arms Hotel
211 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
Andrew McConnell's refined pub offers British-inflected fare, a strong wine selection and a lovely little courtyard.
The Brunswick Green
313 Sydney Road, Brunswick
This large and welcoming watering hole is a mainstay of Sydney Road.
The Flying Duck Hotel
67 Bendigo Street, Prahran
Prahran's favourite old Duck flies again.
The Fitzroy Pinnacle
251-255 Saint Georges Road, Fitzroy North
Fitzroy North's oddly-shaped corner pub.
79 High Street, Woodend
Woodend's country pub and local brewer.
The Corner Hotel
57 Swan Street, Richmond
Richmond's iconic live music venue reveals a refurbished rooftop.
The Great Northern
644 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North
A pub for pub-lovers in Carlton North.